This is a talk delivered by David Wacks (Associate Professor of Spanish at the University of Oregon) at a workshop given by the Department of Spanish and Portuguese at Princeton University on 24 April 2010. Abstract: The contemporary popular imagination sees medievals as people who are incapable of nuance, who lived in a coarse time characterized by doctrinal rigidity, violence, and cruelty. However, it sometimes happens that it is us moderns who project our own neuroses and taxonomies on the... Topics: Ben Elazar, medieval Hebrew, medieval Spanish literature, hispanism
Has Evolution Been Misunderstood? Revelation, Science and Certainty by Hamza Andreas Tzortzis. http://www.hamzatzortzis.com/essays-articles/philosophy-theology/has-evolution-been-misunderstood-revelation-science-and-certainty/ Note: The aim of this article is not to reject the science related to evolution. Its aim is to evoke thinking about the scientific method and the philosophy of science. We look forward to criticism, feedback and requests for clarification. Please email... Topics: islam, muslim, peace, guidance, blessings, happiness, quran, god, Allah, book, atheism, good, evil,...
Godâs Testimony: The Inimitability & Divine Authorship of the Qurâan Share Button Godâs Testimony The inimitability and Divine authorship of the Qurâan (for Non-Arabs or non-experts of the Arabic language) By Hamza Andreas Tzortzis http://www.hamzatzortzis.com/2191/gods-testimony-the-inimitability-divine-authorship-of-the-quran/ Most of what we know is based on the say so of others. This holds true for facts that we would never deny. For many of us these truths include the existence of... Topics: quran, koran, islam, muslim, truth, miracle, science, happiness, peace, blessings
Elaine Terranova reads an original work, "Self Examination" for Princeton Public Library's Poetry Podcast Project in celebration of National Poetry Month. To visit the blog and hear all of or authors, please visit http://pplpoetpodcast.wordpress.com
Enriqueta Carrington reads an original work, "She of the Serpent Skirt" for Princeton Public Library's Poetry Podcast Project in celebration of National Poetry Month. To visit the blog and hear all of or authors visit http://pplpoetpodcast.wordpress.com
Enriqueta Carrington reads an original work, "La de la Falda de Serpientes" with Carlos Hernandez for Princeton Public Library's Poetry Podcast Project in celebration of National Poetry Month. To visit the blog and hear all of or authors visit http://pplpoetpodcast.wordpress.com (in Spanish) Topic: princeton, library, poem, poetry, Enriqueta Carrington, Carlos Hernandez
Doug Holder interviews Carla Schwartz on his Somerville Community Access TV Show " Poet to Poet Writer to Writer" Carla Schwartz is a poet, filmmaker, photographer, and lyricist. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in Aurorean, Fulcrum, Common Ground Review, Cactus Heart, First-Literary Journal East, Switched-on Gutenberg, Wordgathering, Naugatuck River Review, Stone Highway Review, Boston Poetry Magazine, Literary Juice, Solstice Magazine, Ibbetson Street Magazine, Inkstain... Topic: Carla Schwartz Doug Holder
Blocks: form since the crash a seminar by Keston Sutherland on anti-capitalist UK poetry after 2008 Friday 13 November 2015 at 244 Greene St., New York City from 4pm-6.30pm presented by The Organism for Poetic Research co-sponsored by The New York University Department of English, The Modern and Contemporary Colloquium, and The Graduate Student Organizing Committee The texts discussed in the seminar which were sent to attendees prior to the event were Verity Spott's Gideon... Topics: Keston Sutherland, Blocks, poetry, UK, Marxism, anti-capitalism, Verity Spott, Danny Hayward, New...
This tape kicks off with a drop by Ice-T and, later, features perhaps the laziest-sounding drop ever courtesy of KRS-One. This episode comes not too long after this previously posted episode where Easy M, G, and Tony D were still in transition from "Club Crush" to "Raw Deal." Here, we're firmly in "Raw Deal" territory. For you nerds who want to know how I calculated the date: G discusses having just seen Boyz 'N the Hood , which came out on Friday, July 12, 1991... Topics: wprb, club crush, raw deal, hip-hop, radio
This tape starts at about 9:35pm. G spends much of the show busting on Eazy's clothes ("Yo, Eazy. Your clothes have expired. They need Super Action Tide" and "The collar on your shirt looks like a horse wore it") and uses it as a set-up for promoting BBC (right around the corner from Club Zero!) in Philly. Things get really good starting with the second airbreak on side B and through side C with lots of great aggressive, upbeat tracks, cuts, and some good interview segments... Topics: wprb, hip-hop, music, radio, club krush, raw deal
This is a nice clean episode with not much cut. The crew is looking for a new name for their block of new music. The show starts off at 8pm and early on features super dope mash ups, including “Poppa Large” with the “Give the Drummer Some” instrumental, “Top Billin'” with “Real Love,” and “Pass da Mic” with “Hand on the Pump.” During the airbreak at the end of side B, G discusses his trip to New York to visit Stretch & Bobbito’s show and Kool Keith’s upcoming... Topics: wprb, princeton, hip-hop, club krush, raw deal